Redknapp remains Inter Muntari as Jenas is lined up in Spurs swap deal
04 May 2009 10:10
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp will use Jermaine Jenas in a bid to bring Sulley Muntari back to the Premier League.
Redknapp signed Muntari for Portsmouth before making a £7million profit in just over year by selling the midfielder to Inter Milan.
But the ex-Pompey boss remains a fan of the 24-year-old Ghanaian and is keen to take him to White Hart Lane, according to the Daily Mirror.
Redknapp will fancy his chances of getting his man as Inter boss Jose Mourinho rates England international Jenas.
The former Chelsea chief went public on his admiration for Jenas in January.
Redknapp, who has a list of targets which include Sunderland striker Kenwyne Jones, Middlesbrough winger Stewart Downing and Charlton youngster Jonjo Shelvey, has been told he must sell before he can buy, but has already made enquiries about Muntari.
As well as Jenas, David Bentley, Didier Zokora, Tom Huddlestone, Gareth Bale, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Darren Bent could also be on their way.